1.25 inch Spottingscope Telescope to Leica M LM mount Camera Body T-adapter ring 1.25" 1.25in View larger

1.25 inch Spottingscope Telescope to Leica M LM mount Camera Body T-adapter ring 1.25" 1.25in

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A T-Adapter allows you to attach your Leica M camera to the prime focus of your telescope or spotting scope. This arrangement is used for terrestrial photography and short exposure lunar and planetary photography. It can also be used for long exposure deep-sky photography when using a separate guidescope.

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Features:

Threaded to accept standard 1.25" filters

The inside of the adapter is fully threaded to minimize reflections

Made of metal

Consist of two parts: Leica M to T2/T-mount adapter and T-mount to 1.25" adapter

Please note: Due to back focus issues with some Newtonian reflectors, you may have to use with a barlow lens (not included) to reach infinity focus

How to use:

(1) Connect to your camera body as you would a camera lens

(2) Then the other end place in the eyepiece holder

(3) Use Manual mode with manual exposure. After lots of experimenting , you will master the art of correct camera settings for each target. The results you get will depend on the quality of telescope used, seeing conditions and editing software used Note: The use of a barlow lens (not included) will double /triple the focal length, but also the f-ratio and exposure times

Compatible with:

All Leica M system cameras (Leica M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M8.2, M9, M9-P, M, M Typ 220, M Typ 240, M Edition 60, M-Monochrom, etc.)

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Telescopes / Spotting scopes with 1.25-inch attachment barrel

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1.25 inch Spottingscope Telescope to Leica M LM mount Camera Body T-adapter ring 1.25" 1.25in

1.25 inch Spottingscope Telescope to Leica M LM mount Camera Body T-adapter ring 1.25" 1.25in

A T-Adapter allows you to attach your Leica M camera to the prime focus of your telescope or spotting scope. This arrangement is used for terrestrial photography and short exposure lunar and planetary photography. It can also be used for long exposure deep-sky photography when using a separate guidescope.